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evans has the breaking news. a major withdrawal of u.s. forces from afghanistan. we'll preview the president's announcement which will come in tonight's state of the union. major garrett is at the white house. charlie d'agata in afghanistan. her parents will be with the first lady tonight. her alleged killers are in jail. dean reynolds on the shooting death of hadiya pendleton. and the taliban robbed afghanistan of its musical soul. but he is bringing it back. >> we can speak in a common language of humanity which is the language of music. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, the most-wanted man in california, fired los angeles cop christopher dorner, appears to be surrounded tonight. he's holed up in a house in san bernardino county east of l.a. dorner was discovered by fish and game officers a little after noon local time today. there have been gun battles and two officers have been wounded. their condition is unknown. this is the sound of one of those gun battles recorded by our correspondent carter evans. (gu
called the test highly provocative and said it threatens u.s. security and international peace. we have more from tokyo. good morning, lucy. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. the u.n. security council is going to be holding an emergency session today on measures to deal with the north korean nuclear test. and here in japan, prime minister abe, of course, coming out strongly condemning this as a provocative act. he's called on his advisers to come up with possible unilateral sanctions that japan can't oppose. it was only two months ago that a missile was fired from north korea. it went over part of southern japan. so the concern is that this latest test moves north korea closer toward creating a nuclear weapon. hours after the underground blast was detected, north korea's government said it the result of a detonation of a miniaturized nuclear device. the test was in direct violation of the u.n. security council's orders for the north to shut down its nuclear program, and it could signal a major step forward for north korea's nuclear program. >> as a reason americans really should ca
, this is a real challenge for them. this man was trained by the l.a.p.d. >> reporter: and by the u.s. military. and not just trained. i mean, he has certifications in intelligence, counter-intelligence. that'slet trade craft for being a spy for someone who wants to fly under the radar or disappear or change their identity. he has been trained in heavy weapons. he has been deployed in war zones. he has been trained in urban warfare tactics and after that going through the l.a.p.d. academy he was certainly trained in all the tactics training and procedure of the l.a.p.d., so he knows how they work, too. it makes him formidable. >> pelley: how do they go after him, then. >> reporter: this is a very interesting case. essentially he turned their role inside out. he has taken the hunters and made them part of the hunted. there are special assets, some of which used to come under my command like the special investigations section, and these are guys who are highly trained surveillance experts. they can disappear into a neighborhood, but they're also heavily armed trained marksmen and very tactically
fearing they'll be easy targets. as for dorner, he says he's not fearing death. >>> well, the u.s. military is making changes following its response to the attack on the u.s. mission in libya. outgoing secretary of defense leon panetta was grilled during the attack on capitol hill yesterday. panetta was pressed about the president's involvement. he said he learned about the assault while meeting with mr. obama. mr. obama told him to deploy forces as quickly as possible, but panetta did not speak to the president after that. >> the event was over before -- >> it lasted almost eight hours and my question to you is during that eight-hour period, did the president slow any curiosity about how's this is going, what kind of assets are helping these people? did he ever make that phone cal? >> look. there's no question in my mine the president of the united states was concerned about american lives. >> well, with all due respect i don't believe that's a credible statement if he never called and ask ued you are we helping these people, what's happening to them. >> reporter: panetta also sa
, but not the u.s. ikea says the meatballs in the states are safe. the company issued the recall after authorities in the czech republic found horse dna in packs of frozen meatballs that were labeled beef and pork. anne marie? >> thank you very much, ashley morrison here in new york. >>> straight ahead, your tuesday morning weather. >>> and in sports, the new england patriots get themselves a deal signing tom brady to a contract extension that pays him half of what some of the top quarterbacks make. ( birds chirping ) exceptionally smooth with a harmonious blend of flavor and aroma. green mountain coffee for your keurig brewer. brew a better day. just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo. or best-ever meatloaf. go to campbellskitchen.com for recipes, plus a valuable coupon. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>> here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. new york, partly cloudy, 46 the high. miami, expect thunderstorms. snow in chicago, 38 the high. dallas, mostly sunny, 56. los angeles, 72. >>> time for a check of the national f
of the biggest swim clubs. but it changed its name to the capital swim club. the u.s.a. swimming banned the elite coach for life. prosecutors declined to say whether they think that he might have abused other young swimmers. but they encourage any victim to come forward no matter how old the allegations. there is no statute of maryland here. they are saving the words for the victim impact statement at their sentencing. in rockville, bruce leshan, wusa9. >>> now, that sentencing will come in may. he would face a lot more time behind bars. if he would have accused them today because the childhood abuse are much more tougher. >>> new information tonight. a string of teenagers murdered. there were court hearings today for three of the five suspects arrested y. all of them charged in the connection of this young man. and he is one of six young people killed in the last six months. now the police say that they are close to closing another case. one of the most difficult. scott broom with the latest on the september murder of markel ross. >> i'm scott broom. it was here where they began to galvanize th
budget cuts. bernanke warned that sequestration will slow down the sluggish u.s. economy even further. bernanke said despite some positive economic improvements, the job market is weak. >> lengthy periods of unemployment and under employment can erode skills and the labor force or prevent young people from gaining skills and experience in the first place. developments significantly reduce their earnings in the longer term. >> until the job market improves significantly, the fed plans to keep the easy money policy going. >> chuck hagel will be the country's next secretary of defense. the senate voted a short time ago to confirm the former nebraska senator. suggesting hagel was too critical of israel. hagel succeeds leon panetta who is stepping down. >>> it may be the most important criminal procedure case in decades and the supreme court seems split right down the middle. the question, when and where is it appropriate for police to swab your cheek for dna? the high court heard oral arguments today. police should have sought a warrant before taking alonzo king's dna and running it th
commercials were worth all that money. debra alfarone got the ruts of the "u.s.a. today" ad meters. >> reporter: forget the battle of the super bowl. it's the battle of the super model. now that i've got your attention, do you know which 2013 super bowl commercial ended up on top? only one real ranking. "u.s.a. today"'s ad meter. can i please stop standing next to these two? i'll show you this year's best and woreness a minute but first a little history. "u.s.a. today" has been ranging and rating the top super bowl ads for about 25 years. this year thousands rated them online. remember this one? >> we are going to the super bowl. >> reporter: that was the first champ, an ad for american express in 1989. since then these have ranked big. >> humorous ads, entertaining ads, anything that's a little bit over the top or buzz worthy tend to do well. celebrities, animals, babies all do well. >> reporter: will they this year? first the bad. together they're perfect. this one people didn't like. now the top three. number three. >> god made a farmer gln the farmer, an ad for dodge ram. numbe
at 6:29. this is always the place to get your weather first. this is a live look at the u.s. capitol against the dark sky. it's 35 degrees. i'm andrea roane. >>> i'm mike hydeck. the air doesn't have that bite. howard bernstein is live on the weather terrace to give us details. >> it's cold out here without the winds. the winds are calm. the flag behind me is laying still so that's why you won't feel that bite mike was talking about. yesterday we were 37. today about 10 degrees above that we do have mostly cloudy skies here in d.c. but it is going to abdecent day. 43 by noon and 44 with a high of 46. a few flurries tonight. last night we had a trace of snow? a few spots -- snow in a few spots east of the mountains. the snow approaching chicago could give us a few flurries tonight. this morning as you get ready to go out, it's jacket weather but low 40s south of town. it's down to 30 in gaithersburg and martinsburg and 32 in leesburg. monika, 6:30, give us the good news. >>> i'll give you the good news and then how about the bad news. i'm sorry. southbound on the bw parkway after 195,
, including gun violence. derek mcginty is anchoring our state of the union coverage live from the u.s. capital. derek. >> lesli and anita, this will be the president's fourth message. what is new tonight, this is a president fresh off reelection at the peek of his political power. why there will be plenty of political theater tonight. the president's real agenda is moving his agenda. he wants to get things done. the economy and jobs, manufacturing, infrastructure. he'll focus on education reform and energy. the most controversial topic is likely to be gun control, where there will be plenty of guests from both sides of the issue in the house galleries and pointed out by the president as the speech goes on. that would be the political theater, i mentioned a few sentences ago. let's go to tara for the rest of our preview. >> president obama wasn't offering a preview of a state of the union address to reporters this afternoon. >> white house aides say improving the economy and creating jobs will be front and center when the president speaks to congress and the country. >> as he outla
as well. back to the maps. this time over to frederick where there's an accident out here. u.s. 340 near route 15 at lander road. apparently it is a very serious accident. a truck and a car involved. we're told it could be there for a while. so keep that in mind if you're all the way up in frederick, 270 no issues from i-70 and down toward the point where the lanes divide. we'll go one more time live outside and the beltway in silver spring nice and quiet. andrea and mike? >> thank you very much. >>> when they reached mobile, they saw the sign "sweet home alabama" it meant finally the ordeal was over. >> over a thousand cruise members were on the cruise ship. you think it's going to be great on a ship except when the toilets stop working and food runs out. man are they happy to see land, delia. >> reporter: one young girl kissed the ground when she arrived. what struck me is that despite the horrendous experience, they all went through, folks were in a good mootd and -- in good moods and happy to be home. the cruise ship pulled into dock last night after leaving texas a week ago but more
john ii. >> decreasing membership in the u.s. and europe and sex scandals, which may be why the pope may be from somewhere else. >> the church is exploding in growth, particularly in africa and certainly about half of the world's catholic live in latin america. i think there are a number of strong candidates from those two continents and also asia as well. >> again, kathy grossman's short list of popes includes three italians and a canadian. front-runners? there are none. a lot of men to choose from but not a lot of time in which to do it. the church says expect your new pope by easter sunday, march 31st. about the only person not surprised by this, the pope's brother, george. the washington post quotes him as saying pope benedict told him of his plans months ago. >>> tonight police need your help to find a man who sexual assaulted a teenage girl. it happened in the 3200 block of wheeler road in southeast d.c. the girl was walking when a man pulled her into an alley at gunpoint and attacked her. the suspect then took off in a dark blue four-door car. police are asking anyone with inf
for free. i can even drop off free boxes. i wear a lot of hats. well, technically i wear one. the u.s. postal service®, no business too small. [ nyquil bottle ] just reading your label. wait...you relieve nasal congestion? sure don't you? [ nyquil bottle ] dude! [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. >> mason: one of the passengers from the carnival "triumph" says she never wants to hear the word cruise again. the ordeal ended late last night when the disabled cruise ship was towed to mobile, alabama. tonight, more than 4,000 passengers and crew are safe. anna werner reports on what comes next. >> reporter: the 13-story high 100,000 ton carnival "triumph" sits in a mobile shipyard tonight. investigators are trying to find out how and why the engine fire began that left the ship without power. coast guard marine investigator patrick cutty spoke to cbs news by phone after seeing the damaged engine room. >> . >> reporter: eight days after what was supposed to be a four-day cruise to mexico passengers cheere
'll kupt the u.s. attorneys office, the bureau of prison, border patrols. what has to happen-- and congress can do this. if us governors can work together so well, i think congress can do it, and just figure out the right balance. >> garrett: a simple yes or no question to all four of you. we'll start with you, governor, and go around this way. there is some suggestion maybe the administration is over-playing, over-dramatizing what's going to happen if these spending cuts do take effect. is there any could tout in any of your governors' minds that what the administration is saying is real, will be felt by your constituents in relatively short order. governor brewer? >> i think it's unpredictable. i do believe that we're going to see if they don't get their act together, we're going to see some cuts. i don't know if they're going to be all that dramatic in the period of time. they've got to deliver a budget to us, too, in a few short weeks. they just need to get in there and do what they're elected food get it done so we can deal with it. > it. >> i think the effects will be significance, an
's money to buy gold plated rolex's for high price celebrity memorabilia. today in u.s. district court, jesse jackson, jr., pleaded guilty to a count of conspiracy. bruce johnson joins us live from district court. bruce, you were there when jesse, jr., and his family left the courthouse. >> you were there. $750,000 in campaign contributions that he and his wife converted to their personal use. bring you the very latest. after saying there wouldn't be any comment, except from his defense attorney, in leaving the courthouse, we did get the former illinois congressman, jesse jackson, jr., to say a few things. we tried to get comment from his father, the reverend jesse jackson, the civil rights icon, the political guru, if you will, of the progressive democratic wing. this is what they had to say. the wife had more to say than the reverend, take a listen. >> what do you say? >> people in chicago. a quick message. >> not a proud day. i'm sorry i let everybody down. >> reverend, there has to be a message to people in chicago, given your family so much. >> a little later. >> well, do y
. >>> federal prosecutors have charged the former u.s. representative jesse jackson jr. and his wife sandy. the ex-congressman is charged with spending $750,000 in campaign money on personal expenses. and his wife is charged with one count of filing false federal income tax returns from 2006 to 2011. jackson jr. said that he fully accepts responsibility. >>> well a new report says that d.c. is more diverse than what they used to be, but >>> 10% of the adult of the d.c. residence are self- identified as lesbian, gay, transgender, the highest in the nation. only d.c. and hawaii were above a%. 3.3% of maryland at the 2.9% identified themselves as being a part of the lbgb community. >>> well, a pair of brand new jordans are expected to be released tomorrow and they want to make sure to control all those wild crowds. you know how it gets when those shoes come out. police are working with the retailers to ensure safety for the first district commander. in the past cops found out about the sneaker releases after the fact and that's when there was trouble. police say that store owners are giving t
obama's response to the raid on the u.s. mission in libya. the president says they are playing politics with national security. >>> well, straight ahead, kangaroo course. a troop of roos take over the fairway at the australian open. ooooo my father loves coffee, drinks coffee every day, but, but makes coffee so wrong. i think he puts like maybe two tablespoons in the whole pot, so it just tastes like water. and i keep trying to tell him, dad, you have to put more coffee in here, but it doesn't work. so with blonde, i think he gets the flavor that he likes, so he feels more comfortable putting the appropriate amount of coffee in the thing. he does, jerry likes it light. ♪ ♪ >>> here's a look at flat from some cities around the country. new york, part employ sunny victory breezy, 50 the high. miami should expect some thunderstorms. chicago it will be snow showers. dallas, sunny, 53, l.a., 50 degrees. >>> relishing a deal with heinz ketchup and another piece of the trump empire sold for a bargain price. ash will i morison is here in new york with that and more. good morning to you. >>
in some cases last month. our partners after "u.s.a. today" report the smart car which is the smallest car in america, sales actually dropped 3%. mercedes-benz puts out the smart car. it only sold 481 of them across the nation last month. toyota's four seater, it's the next smallest and saw sales up 21%. better nay madoff may have finally picked a legitimate winner. his family partly owns a biopharm suit cal company that just went public. it raised $33 million in the stock sale. "the new york post" reports that madoff's initial $2.2 million investment in the company is now worth $5.5 million on paper but the scammer not probably going to be able to keep the money. as a trustee for all of madoff's victims is going after the money. so we'll see if that actually winds up in the pockets of the victims at the end of the day. >> for the people that suffered, hopefully it does. >> we'll (woman) 3 days of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the bol
about three quarters of the u.s. airline traffic. susan mcginnis is in washington with more on this story. susan, good morning. >> good morning. this is the latest mergener this massive consolidation that has taken place over just the last five or six years. this one's going combine the third and the fourth biggest airlines to form the biggest largest. now, the typical winners in these massive deals are usually airlines themselves because they can save and boost profits and also wall street. for travelers it often leads to higher fares, fewer flight, and fewer seats. american airlines and usz airways are joining forces to join the biggest airline in the world. >>> our best goal going forward is to make it the biggest strongest airline in the country, and i suppose that's about to happen. >> the combined carrier will have american airlines' new look and old name. it combines continental and delta. >> the only way to survive at least some of the airlines believe is to merge together, grow, and then don't overlap as much. >> with american in bankruptcy, it will be up to a feder
at the supermarket. the u.s. department of agriculture says food prices will rise by as much as 3.5% this year. that's nearly double the rate of inflation. the steep rise is blamed on the severe drought that's gripping farmers and cattle ranchers in the nation's midsection. anne-marie? >> ines for ray in new york. thank you, ines. >>> when we return, driving in the fast lane. danica patrick talks about racing into history this sunday at the daytona 500. >>> here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. washington, d.c., rain and 39. atlanta, thunderstorms, 48. st. louis, 38. denver, 39 the high. seattle, a lot of rain, 48 degrees. >>> in sports danica patrick makes history this sunday when she becomes the first woman to start the daytona 500 at the poll position. but as mark strassmann reports the race car driver is more concerned about where she finishes in nascar's biggest race. >> ready to race. >> reporter: danica patrick in the lime green number 10 car had the fastest qualifying time for nascar's biggest race. more than 196 miles per hour. >> that's a great lap, guys. >>
, the magazine's first-ever fashion line, is sold at the 600-plus stores of what major u.s. retailer? - um, i'm not sure. - thank you. [applause] diandra. what is the name of the page or section of the magazine that lists the staff and their positions at the periodical? - it is called the index. - what animal term refers to the short, tapered heel of a shoe, which is usually under 1 1/2 inches tall? - it's called a kitten heel. - in 1972, which actor famously posed nude on a bear rug as the centerfold of a very controversial and popular issue of cosmopolitan? - the actor was burt reynolds. - thank you. [cheers and applause] - joanna, how did the candidates do? - carlos, you got precisely zero. i mean, really, have you ever heard, carlos, of a mediterranean island called "cargo"? kristina, you were asked what a chignon is. it's a style of hair. rachele, i was disappointed that you didn't even guess. fake it till you make it.
with the national atomic energy agency. >>> and "the wall street journal" says the u.s. and europeans have struck up a trade deal. it could take two years to compete. >>> "usa today" says there use news on chuck hagel. they could decide tomorrow. republicans are threatening to stonewall the nomination and moderate republican susan says she'll appose hagel. >> at a hearing yesterday patrick donohoe told senators the postal service needs their help. last year, keep in mind, the post office loft nearly $16 billion. >>> and the "los angeles times" says researchers believe they may have spotted the youngest black hole in the galaxy and it's not fashion only 200,000 light years away. some say a black hole could provide a passage to ano >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by kay jewelers. every kiss begins with kay. >>> this morning los angeles police are defending the fiery end to the shoot-out with christopher dorner. we did not intentionally burn down that cabin to get mr. dorner out. >> our carter evans with new details on how things ended. >>> and another dangerous man is on the loose
the smart phone of the future but you can hold it. check this out. this is a u.s. company based in taiwan showing off a prototype for a transparent cell phone. it's made of conductive glass. the mobile device is scratch and shatter resistant. slightly bigger than an iphone 5. it can also be touch activated on one side and can display images on the front and the back. how cool is that? >> why -- why do you want it? >> because it's cool. >> okay. >> see through phone is scheduled to be available at the end of the yore. no word on how much it costs yet. i will have one please. >> i want to see how bright it is because if you have sunlight as the backdrop imagine how bad people are going with their texting now. >> where's my phone? i put it down here. >> exactly. >> you have to dial it and then maybe it lights up around the corner. >> you don't have your glasses on too. little edges. >> i can't find one in my purse now. where is it? >> people lab inning up for it -- will be lining up for it. >>> do you have plans for sunday night? >> tens of millions of americans are going to be watching to s
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